Question about Car Audio & Video
This code is used to prevent a stolen car radio being used. This code will need to be entered after a battery has been disconnected from the car.
This code is in the documentation that came with your car radio,
If you have lost this information then you need to go to the car service department where you purchased the car and get the code from their service department.
You may be able to get the code from JVC for your model car radio and they will need proof of ownership.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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